Kitsch definitions

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Pieces of art or other objects that appeal to popular or uncultivated taste, as in being garish or overly sentimental.
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Art, writing, etc. of a shallow kind, calculated to have popular appeal.
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The definition of kitsch is a form of art that is an inferior, often gaudy, imitation of a famous piece of art that is created for popular appeal.

An example of kitsch is a "Mickey Mao" t-shirt.

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Art, decorative objects and other forms of representation of questionable artistic or aesthetic value; a representation that is excessively sentimental, overdone, or vulgar.
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Said especially of art and decor that is considered to be of questionable aesthetic value; excessively sentimental, overdone or vulgar.
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Origin of kitsch

German Kitsch (originally used of kitschy painting) perhaps from kitschen to sweep or rake up street mud or from German dialectal kitschen to sell off cheaply